Help Your Health by Going Ductless

How you choose to care for your home will impact how healthy your indoor air is. Ductless cooling and heating systems can help reduce dust buildup and filter allergens, improving your Osprey, Florida, home’s indoor air for asthma or allergy sufferers.

Avoid Dust Buildup

Forced-air HVAC systems, the type that push conditioned air through your home’s ductwork, can gather and redistribute dust accumulations. Over time, dust settles in your ductwork. Forced air can dislodge this buildup and circulate it throughout your home, reducing indoor air quality (IAQ).

Ductless systems avoid dust buildup altogether. A ductless system works by pulling the air from inside your home, filtering it, and then cooling or heating the air before releasing it back to your home. Dust gets filtered from your air and never has anyplace to build up.

Target IAQ

If your home is already equipped with a forced-air HVAC system, you can still benefit from a ductless system. If you have an IAQ concern for a specific area of your house, such as an asthmatic child’s bedroom, a ductless system could be the answer.

By using a ductless system, you won’t need to use the forced-air system. You’ll improve air quality by reducing the airborne particles from a traditional duct-based HVAC system.

Filter Allergens

Replacing an older HVAC unit is a big step toward better air quality. Many up-to-date systems, such as ductless systems, focus on improved IAQ. These systems have advanced multi-stage filtration processes, which efficiently remove allergens and pollutants.

Families with allergy concerns may also consider upgrading their systems with an ultraviolet (UV) light. Your Climatic HVAC specialist can install this small addition inside your system. The emitted UV light discourages mold and bacteria growth inside your unit.

For more than 40 years, Climatic Conditioning Company’s service professionals have demonstrated professional excellence and dependability. We proudly sell and service the best ductless systems available. If you live in the Osprey, Florida, area, give us a call at 941-444-5399.

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